Heralded as China’s most important traditional festival, the Lunar New Year or “Spring Festival” is a 7-day celebration that starts at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. The Lunar New Year generally begins sometime in January or February, and this year, it begins Friday, February 16th.
With dog years, it is believed that they are the unluckiest for people born in previous years of the dog. While that sounds dire, we’re still celebrating this wonderful passage of time with musical and performing acts like:
Nhu Loan & Luong Tung Quang
Then, on Saturday, February 17th, we’ll have dragon dancers performing throughout the main walkway from 6 to 10 pm! Performances will happen for 10 minutes every 30 minutes. Beginning at 6 pm, head over to the table gaming pits and grab your lucky money envelope containing $1! They’ll be distributed until they’re gone!
We hope you’re as excited for the Year of the Dog as we are, and if you haven’t signed up for our Coyote Club yet, now’s the best time. Happy Lunar New Year!